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76% would recommend it to a friend
Great staff. Very polite and helpful
The staff here were excellent.
The situation was convenient for what we wanted too. We had a standard room which seemed perfectly adequate and roomy. The bed was one of the most comfortable hotel beds I've ever slept it, and both the room and bathroom were beautfully clean. My only criticism is that the breakfast, though good quality, was on the cold side (cold beans, and cold cooked tomato).
A great hotel near Euston - new, comfortable, quiet, with friendly helpful staff
I had a great stay at the Wesley.
The hotel is only half a block away from Euston Station, but on a small quiet street. The room itself was also well-insulated. I could scarcely tell anyone else was staying in the hotel. Everything seems quite new. Beds and linens are generous and comfy. Bathroom is pretty spacious, with nice fixtures. The staff were also genuinely helpful and friendly. I had to have a passport delivered to the hotel by DHL. The desk attendant noted this when I checked in, and everyone I met at the desk in the intervening two days was watching for it. When it finally arrived, the front desk emailed me to let me know.
Very nice hotel, well priced
The hotel is very well positioned near Euston station.
The room was clean and modern. Me and my girlfriend stayed for one night, we chose this hotel as it was well priced and well positioned appoximatley 20 mins walk frm the centre of the city, would definitely stay again.
Comfortable Quality Consistency in Euston
As a busy MD travelling around the country from meeting to meeting, I know that I can depend on the consistent standards maintained at The Wesley.
It makes for a relaxing stay and a less stressful day.
Great value, convenient location, large rooms
Staff were very helpful and attentive The room was spacious and well appointed and great value for London.
Close to Euston, St Pancreas and Kings Cross train stations make it ideal for travellers from the north.
overpriced food choices
Arrived on a rainy afternoon and when paying the bill..
was offered breakfast at £15 .. I declined as I felt £15 was a little excessive after paying £179 for the room for the night. In the room the hotel book showed 3 choices for dinner £29.95, £39.95 or £49.95 all 3 course set meals.... I cannot eat large meals and again for this standard of hotel I felt it was far too expensive and showed little regard to their guest's needs. (if there was a menu where you could have a single course etc , the book did not show this.. so it was all I could go on without going to the restaurant to enquire)
I found a little café just a few yards along the road where I got a nice meal for less than £10 and a super breakfast for £6
The manager spoke to me when I complained at the desk in the morning wondering what he could do... What could be done ... I had already eaten breakfast and dinner was last night... so nothing other than a refund of the room would have been suitable .. It was never offered .. I expect he wanted me to ask... I didn't .. its just best not to use it again ... strange a hotel linked to a popular church does not look after its guests better... some guests have either a set budget for expenses or like myself have values ... one of mine is not to charge a customer for anything I would not buy using my own money. The staff were lovely, the manger on the whole nice.. the room was basic and over priced ( just London I suppose) In all if you don't need to eat its fine... otherwise try somewhere better
A great place!
I was really impressed with the hotel and it was a great nights stay.
The only small downside was that I thought the price was a little high, as building work was being carried out and we had to go through parts of the hotel that were still very much under construction. As I say a small point, as when the hotel is fully finished the price I paid would be realistic for the standard of room I was given.
Standard room poor, upgraded to decent room
Ratings based on Jubilee Suite I upgraded to.
There was nothing deluxe about the deluxe double I booked and was originally given. Small and dark with a small window and low ceiling. Tatty carpet covered in stains. Paper thin walls so could hear everything next door. Upgraded to Jubilee Suite 2. Decent room. Doesn't really justify being called a suite though. Not that big or luxurious. Decent shower. Comfortable bed. Staff very nice and helpful when I complained about original room. Excellent customer service from a young Portuguese lady. Restaurant like a staff canteen in an office building. No atmosphere. Food was decent but probably didn't justify price. Again service from young Lithuanian waitress was excellent.
We stayed for one night and has been a relaxing one.
The staff was very polite,The room clean and nobody disturbed us.I recommend to anyone, especially beeing cheap, considering The location of The hotel.
Very comfortable bed, beautifully clean, perfect situation next to euston station.
I had an amazing nights sleep in this quiet back street whereas colleagues of mine staying around the corner were kept awake by ambulances all night!